Have I got your attention?
I think the following might make an interesting triptych. It was a sunset time of day in Karumba on the north Australian coast. The pelicans (descendants of the dinasaurs) were coming in to roost, or settle down for the night.
It would be quite hard to make a triptych; the sunset shot would be extremely difficult to work into the other two. The first shot, I can only think of captioning it "if I hold my breath long enough, I can fly".
On to a more complex working of the beach shot.
There's some potential for an unusual shot, and it would have to be hung near an archway or other curve in a room since it will not be a rectangular mat but could be in a rectangular frame. Some curve nearby in the room will have to echo the mat's cut. First cut an elliptical arch from halfway between the people and fronds, following the beach line, and elliminating the greenery. That's about the only way to remove the fronds from the image.
A complimentary arch is now needed, so cut (mask) from the lower left corner steeply arcing up into the sky, then levelling off and ending just above the upper birds wingtip, or just before that.
The image may need to be cropped in from the right a bit, into the dark region between the evergreen and the yellow tree.
Finally, edit out the woman's satchel.
There would still be a problem with the right of the image ending square after the arcs on the left, for which I haven't figured out a solution. Maybe an upwards curve to the image is masked upwards to a tip at the right edge.
The feeling from the image should be one person gazing at the prehistoric birds with a hestitation to approach further, the other person averting their eyes or bowing their head, and the birds soaring with an absurd aerodynamic strength that defies time and evolution.